The phonological output lexicon stores pronunciations corresponding to all the spoken words known to the reader, also in the form of lexical entries.
The interaction between the vision of colors and odor determination is investigated through lexical analysis of experts' wine tasting comments.
To make the issue more concrete, suppose that a researcher wants to test the effects of language frequency on lexical decision times.
WordNet is a big lexical dictionary heavily used by this community for creation of natural language systems.
A more contentious claim is that this benefit is associated with a costs: skilled readers are said to be unable to prevent lexical and semantic analyses of words.
The extended mechanism turned out to be capable of giving a principled account of lexical blocking, the pragmatics of adjectives, and systematic polysemy.
However, the lexical perceptions of unbiased native speaker/hearers are pretty consistent.
Based on this, scholars have accepted that around 2,000 word families provide the lexical resources to engage in everyday spoken English discourse.
First, the relatedness of forms will serve to structure the language's lexical resources.
Oral-language assessments must measure the essential elements of knowing a language, not just lexical knowledge.